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, actually a lot of your company's arsenal, but it's us, it's america. does that worry you longer term, however this works out, that once again, the u.s., u.s., u.s.? >> yeah, it does worry me and i might side-- highly unscientific survey when i was in jordan a chance to talk to people in the street and elsewhere and the view is they very much appreciate america's concern for the arab world and they appreciated america doing what it can, but they say almost unanimously that we wish america would let the arabs solve the arabs problems and i'm afraid it's inevitable because our military capability is so much different than the other participants that it looks like our war. >> very good seein
you love. >>> live from america's news headquarters, i'm jamie colby. breaking news out of libya. forces loyal to moammar gadhafi are launching a series of fierce attacks and they're breaking through rebel defenses into the city of zawia, just outside the capital of tripoli. tanks rolled in and the city is under mortar and gun fire and witnesses are saying snipers are shooting at anyone they say on the streets or outside their homes, including children. so far it's unclear how many people have been killed or wounded there. the army private suspected of giving classified information to wikileaks spent two nights naked in his military jail cell. bradley manning being held in the marine corps brig in virginia and commanders are saying they took his clothes to keep him from hurting himself. manning's lawyer says the treatment was degrading. the 23-year-old facing a slew of charges, including aiding the enemy. i'm jamie colby, more headlines 30 minutes away. keep it on fox. >>> stocks tanking as oil and gas keep spiking, along with everything else consumers are buying. eric, do you sa
to give america pause that almost anything coming out of that country, fairly or not, a lot of it is not? >> you know, there is the mystic about radiation. there is no question about it. it's something that we don't understand completely or a lot of us don't. i think any time you talk about radiation it sends up the antennas. you are right. it will certainly make people somewhat cautious. i want people to understand that they should not overreact. we're a long ways away from any emissions of radiation and i'm absolutely certain that the food that we have in the united states is absolutely safe. >> neil: secretary, if i can remind folks of the other hat you once wore and that was as governor of wisconsin. you know what's going on and you know where judge has effectively stymied your republican successor's attempt to sort of reign in unions. and i'm wondering what you make of that and whether -- the whole state is sort of breaking down here. what do you say? >> no, it is not. i mean, wisconsin is in the news a lot. but wisconsin is still a great state. and it's still is working very well.
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